I am strongly focused on rock textures and have created plaster moulds that I can use to make ceramic pieces which mimic the texture and shape of rocks. I am also developing a range of thrown pieces inspired by the colouring of the Scottish coast.
What to expect: I shall showcase some of my university collection which will be further developed with regards to glaze. I will have a range of bowls and plates that can be directly linked to the rock textures I have moulded.
Directions: Studio is white building, down grassy lane off west side of Crossmichael Main Steet A713, almost opposite shop. No car access, parking in St Michael’s Road, opposite, or Village Hall.
Accessibility: Studio accessed by short grassy lane by foot, bike, buggy or wheelchair.
Recommendation: The Merrick in the Galloway Forest is
a brisk, moderately difficult and especially challenging hike with impressive views over the Galloway hills.